Bing Creative Commons filter implemented in image search
Microsoft announced a new implementation in their search Bing : now it is possible to filter the search for images by type of Creative Commons (CC). A menu bar will be added a new section called License, which allow you to select various types of CC licenses to select the image that suits our needs.
Among the types of license are: Public Domain, Free to use share, Free to share and commercial use, Free to modify, share and use, and finally Free to modify, share and use for commercial purposes. There is also a help section to find out what each license.
This change does not sound so new to those using Office 2013 , as the images you are looking for Bing within the office suite uses the same DC filter. According to Microsoft, this implementation comes from the need to have the right image to use in any of our projects without worry about dealing for rights issues.Bing, Buscadores, Copyright, Creative Commons, Derechos de Autor, Microsoft, Searchers